Photo by: Glen Luchford
GRAMMY nominated multi-Platinum singer/songwriter Shawn Mendes announced that on December 6th he will perform a livestream benefit concert, Wonder: The Experience, to celebrate the release of his highly-anticipated fourth studio album Wonder, which will be released on December 4th via Island Records/Universal Music Canada. The livestream will feature music from the upcoming album, including the lead single “Wonder” and other yet to be released songs.

You can pre-order the new album, and enter for a chance to win a Wonder Golden Ticket Package (including signed items and virtual group Meet & Greet with Shawn) here.

Wonder: The Experience is the 2020 finale of the American Express UNSTAGED series, and is the final of Shawn’s Wonder Residencies, which also included performances on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge.

Fans can RSVP to attend the livestream free here, with an option to donate to the Shawn Mendes Foundation, a sponsored program of the Social Impact Fund (a 501(c)(3) charitable organization). American Express Card Members can purchase exclusive ticket packages with behind-the-scenes content, virtual group meet & greets, exclusive merchandise, and more. A portion of each American Express ticket package sold will be donated to the Shawn Mendes Foundation to help support and amplify the voices of young leaders driving positive change.

Wonder follows three consecutive #1 album debuts, 3 platinum albums, and 11+ consecutive platinum and multi-platinum singles.

Additionally, Shawn Mendes and longtime manager Andrew Gertler partnered with Netflix to release “IN WONDER” globally on November 23. The debut feature length documentary, a TIFF special event selection, from acclaimed music video director Grant Singer (The Weeknd, Lorde, Sam Smith), is a portrait of Mendes' life, chronicling the past few years of his rise and journey. Executive produced by Andrew Gertler, Shawn Mendes, & Ben Winston; produced by Saul Germaine, p.g.a and James Haygood. Mendes and Gertler produced the film under their newly announced film and television production company Permanent Content, which will develop scripted and documentary projects “focused on issues that impact or are important to today’s youth.”


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